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Daughters and Rebels
Daughters and Rebels
Author: Jessica Mitford
" Frank, dazzling and uninhibited...the audacious lady who wrote The American Way of Death tells the marvelous story of her life."
ISBN: 193296
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 255
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Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Memoirs of the early life of author Jessica Mitford. Born to an eccentric upper-class British family, related by both blood and marriage to Winston Churchill, Mitford's tumultuous youth led her to flirt with communism, marry a brash young adventurer and set off for the Spanish Civil War, and finally landed the couple in the U.S. as Great Britain dithered its way toward entry into WWII.


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